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3 good morning, and welcome to siouxland news at sunrise!it's 5 o'clock.i'm jacob heller.i'm meteorologist cat taylor.thanks for waking up with 3 us on this xxx morning. 3 look for mostly cloudy skies today with highs only reaching the lower 30s and a few falling flurries.for tomorrow and thursday the clouds are definitely going to hang around and by wednesday night into thursday we could see another rain and snow mix enter the picture. temps both wednesday and thursday will be in the lower to middle 40s.by the end of the week, things start warming up again. looking for highs in the 60s to close out the weekend.
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3 super tuesday is here... more delegates are up for grabs today than in *any* *other* day in the presidential nomination contest. the latest polls show donald trump and hillary clinton are leading in big states. as c - b - s news correspondent (we - juh) weijia (jang) jiang shows us... the democrats have 865 delegates up for grabs... the g - o - p candidates are fighting for about 600 delegates. 3 chyrons:(pkg) -nats-on the eve of super tuesday, donald trump predicted a super tuesday victory during a rally in georgia..(sot trump) we're going to win with our military, we're going to win
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the republican presidential front runner leading both nationally and in several key states.marco rubio has tried to halt the billionaire's momentum...hammering him for days...most recently, for failing to immediately disavow former k-k-k leader david duke...who announced his support for trump.(sot rubio) there is no room in the conservative movement for the kkk or david duke or anyone who will not condemn them. -nats- (track 3)texas senator ted cruz is banking on a win in his home state to keep his campaign alive.(sot cruz) what we'll see, i believe is, donald trump and me both coming out with a significant chunk of delegates and everyone else far behind. (standup weijia jiang cbs news washington, dc) in the democratic race, political analysts expect hillary clinton to gain far more delegates than bernie sanders today...which could make it nearly impossible for her to lose the nomination.(sot clinton) "america is, and always has been, great. //what we need to do together is make america whole again."sanders made his final pitch in massachusetts -- where more than 100 delegates are on the line:(sot sanders) "i think we are going to win here in massachusetts tomorrow!" the vermont senator says he all the way to the democratic convention.weijia jiang cbs
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3 the state with the most delegates up for grabs today is texas... with 155 republican delegates and 252 democratic delegates. 3 and it's not just *super tuesday*... today's voting day for a multi - million dollar bond to expand the orange city fire department. 3 later today... the public has the chance to vote on a bond issue to pay for updating the more than 40 - year - old fire department building. fire officials in orange city say it isn't up to code anymore... it was built in 1973 and the department needs more space. the project
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million 7 - hundred thousand dollar bond. the city has 7 - hundred thousand dollars already and the fire department raised another 160 thousand dollars. if you live in orange city and want to vote... you can do that at the living water community church between 7 this morning and 8 o'clock tonight. 3 last night the university of south dakota's *criminal justice educational project* came together with law enforcement to talk about the popular netflix documentary series called "making a murderer." 3 the series tells the story of a wisconsin man... steven avery... who was cleared of murder through d - n - a evidence. there were also accusations he was framed by local law enforcement. first year law student samantha (berg - lynn) berglin says the panel will help give students different perspectives in the case. 3 "and its going to help us better understand what goes on and how we can maybe learn from their mistakes, if you think they are mistakes. or we can do some more practices to
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3 the panel also talked about how investigations might be performed differently *here* in siouxland... and how *they* would handle cases like the one shown in "making a murderer." 3 and speaking of yesterday... it's incredible no one was killed in an accident on lewis boulevard between sioux city and sergeant bluff that left a semi - trailer cut in half by a train.it happened just before five o'clock last night just north of sergeant bluff on lewis boulevard. police say the semi turned off lewis boulevard onto an entrance road to a business... that road crosses the railroad tracks. before it could get past the tracks... though... a union pacific train crashed with the trailer... cutting it in *half*... apilling its load of fertilizer. investigators say the truck driver had actually made a wrong turn. 3 the man charged with stabbing
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facing *more* serious charges now.now the woodbury county attorney's office is charging elias wanatee with *first* degree murder in the death of vernon mace. wanatee *had* been charged with *second* degree murder in the case.he's in the woodbury county jail on 800 - thousand dollars bond.wanatee is scheduled to be in court on the new charge next monday... march 7th. 3 3 a man from laurens iowa is facing almost a dozen charges after a high - speed chase through spencer and clay county sunday afternoon. police say they tried to stop 31 - year - old blaine stockwell just after 4 - 30 sunday for a seatbelt violation... but after stopping once... stockwell drove off again.the chase reached speeds of more than 90 miles an hour through the south side of spencer and out in the country there... before stockwell crashed into a ditch and was arrested.he's charged with felony meth possession... drug paraphernalia
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and quite a few other traffic offenses. 3 3 and two teenagers accused of helping isiah mothershed with quite a few robberies across sioux city were in court yesterday morning. macayla knight entered a written plea of *not* guilty to the charge of first degree robbery she's facing. jamaal ferguson had his bond reduced from 75 - thousand dollars to 50 - thousand dollars. his older brother justin is also charged in the case... but he's already posted bond. jamaal is facing three counts of first degree robbery... but to reduce bond... judge jeffrey neary says prosecutors are likely to drop one of the counts. 3 and up in plymouth county... jonathan (new - neighbor) neunaber has entered into a plea agreement with plymouth county prosecutors... pleading guilty to a charge of 2nd degree murder in the death of his mother. our own siouxland news reporter nick (pop - hum) popham was in the courtroom as he explained *how*... and *why*... he killed his elderly mother. 3 jonathan neunaber sat before judge steven andreasen and the rest of the courtroom in the
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separate charges.the first is murder in the second degree and the second is willful injury-a class c offense. the charges came after neunaber beat his own mother to death with a steel pipe back in june of 2014 in their family home. following the death of his father-neunaber had a sudden realization that became his motive to commit the crime. "when dad died, i did not know what to do next. i was not prepared to be the man of the house." and that realization led to the murder of his mother esther.after hearing the statement-judge andreasen ruled that the plea was fair. "the court, therefore, finds the defendant, jonathan nuenaber, guilty of the charge of murder in the second degree, and also guilty of the charge of willful injury." before today-neunaber had tried two different defenses to prevent the original 1st degree murder charge-including a defense of insanity and a defense of diminishing responsibility.neunaber also says on the night he killed his mother-he took many pills to try and commit suicide but failed to do so."i took some pills, with the idea that we could all be buried together. obviously, that didn't happen, i'm still here."as a result of this plea-neunaber could possibly face up to 60 years in prison.in le mars, nick
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3 (new - neighbor)'s neunaber's sentencing hearing hasn't been scheduled yet. that's because he has about two weeks to change his mind about entering the guilty plea. 3 bugatti says it's about to break the record for the fastest car in the world.the french car company showed off this this new wonder car monday at the geneva motor show. it's called the (chee - ron) chiron. bugatti says it'll be faster and more powerful
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the brand is known for high - performance super cars. its veyron model was already named the world's fastest car by guinness in 20 - 13.we still don't know *how* fast the (chee - ron) chiron can go... but its been capped at 260 - miles - per - hour for road use. bugatti says it's already sold about a third of the 500 (chee - ron) chiron series cars it plans to make. the price tag? it *starts* at two - point - six - million - dollars. 3 3 3 3 a winter 3 weather advisory is in effect for another hour in eastern counties of siouxland due to snow. your forecast is next. 3
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the stop in the fighting will bring lasting peace. coming up... we'll show you one city where there are signs of hope. 3 "you're watching siouxland news at sunrise, with jacob heller and meteorologist cat taylor"
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credit union"3 3 look for mostly cloudy skies today with highs only reaching the lower 30s and a few falling flurries.for tomorrow and thursday the clouds are definitely going to hang around and by wednesday night into thursday we could see another rain and snow mix enter the picture. temps both wednesday and thursday will be in the lower to middle 40s.by the end of the week, things start warming up again. looking for highs in the 60s
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3 3 here's what we're talking about on facebook this morning... a siouxland man is getting ready for an ironman triathlon halfway around the world. what's the most
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done? 3 subway plans to make its foot long subs... a *foot* long. c - b - s news correspondent (hen - nuh) hena daniels is in new york with our c - b - s moneywatch. 3 the stock market ended february on a losing note. the dow slipped 123 points on the final day of the month. the nasdaq gave back 32.///a recall of all takata air bags will not make vehicles safer - says a top federal auto regulator. this comes in response to florida senator bill nelson - who is urging the national highway traffic safety administration to recall all takata ammonium nitrate air bags. at least ten people have died from airbags exploding with too much force. regulators say recalling all takata airbags would strain suppliers and create more uncertainty. ///microsoft will start shipping its long awaited holo-lens to developers next month. the 3-thousand dollar headset projects holographic images into the wearer's field of view without blacking out the real world. that's around the same time facebook's oculus will begin shipping the consumer version of its rift headset that creates a 360
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long subs - will actually be a foot long. this comes after a class action lawsuit in 2013, when a teenager posted a picture of his sandwich that was only 11 inches long. as part of the settlement the fast food chain says it will institute measures to make sure- its bread will be long.// that's your cbs moneywatch report. for more log onto cbs moneywatch dot com. in new york, i'm hena daniels
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3 after years of fighting... the syrian army were able to take back the city of (home) hom from opposition fighters. right now the war is in a cease - fire that started saturday. c - b - s news correspodnent elizabeth palmer is inside syria. 3
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military..and every canister of gasoline probed for hidden weapons.(shot down no mans land with civilians in distance)but now what.(afp good video of fighters evacuating)in december - six bus loads of rebels and their families struck a deal for safe passage out of al waar to an opposition area further north. that leaves about 1,000 left...stuck - and still trying to hammer out the the terms of their defeat. 3 3 3 of their defeat.the the terms hammer out the the terms 3 of their defeat. 3 3 navy seal edward byers used
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hostage during a rescue operation in afghanistan. after the break... we'll take you to the ceremony where he got the nation's highest honor. 3 a winter weather advisory is in effect until 6am this morning due to snow. another look at your extended forecast
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3 3 look for mostly cloudy skies today with highs only reaching the lower 30s and a few falling flurries.for tomorrow and thursday the clouds are definitely going to hang around and by wednesday night into thursday we could see another rain and snow mix enter the picture. temps both wednesday and thursday will be in the lower to middle 40s.by the end of the week, things start warming up again. looking for highs in the 60s
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3 edward byers... a member of navy seal team six... used his body to protect an american hostage during a taliban rescue mission back in 20 - 12. he was awarded the medal of honor at the white house monday for his courageous actions. c - b - s news correspondent david martin has his *incredible* story. 3
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tours.narr in 2012 as a member of seal team six, he was sent to rescue an american, dr.dilip joseph, who had been kidnapped by the taliban. graphics in - animation -- which also covers sotas they approached the building the point man saw they had been detected.sot byers: he saw a guard come out of the door and he shot him and we started sprinting towards the door.graphics out
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gave enough time for our 3 teammates to get in there and take care of the threat.sot martin: when you say take care of the threat, how did that work?sot byers: well our teammates came around and they shot him.sot martin: and you were holding him by the throat against the wall?sot byers: correct. yes.graphics in narr when it was over, five taliban and one navy seal, nicholas cheque, lay dead or dying. graphics outdr. joseph was shaken but alive. sot martin: how long did this last?sot byers: it probably took a minute to actually go in the room and take care of everything that we just talked about.sot martin: that's a lot of action going on in a very confined space.sot byers: that's the nature of this job. it's close combat.sot martin: and it takes longer to tell it than it did to happen.sot byers: yes it does.narr now there is a medal of honor to go with those five bronze stars and two purple hearts. you have to wonder how many other minutes of close quarters combat edward byers saw in his nine combat tours. one thing for sure, he'll never tell.dm, cbs news, washington 3
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3 washington3 3 3 still to come this morning... journalist and t - v personality erin andrews was at the witness stand monday in the civil trial against a hotel where a stalker shot video of her. we'll show you how much the hotel might have to pay. you're
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3 3 good morning everyone,thanks for starting your morning with us.i'm jacob heller...and i'm meteorologist cat taylor. 3 look for mostly cloudy skies today with highs only reaching the lower 30s and a few falling flurries.for tomorrow and thursday the clouds are definitely going to hang around and by wednesday night into thursday we could see another rain and snow mix enter the picture. temps both wednesday and thursday will be
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the end of the week, things start warming up again. looking for highs in the 60s to close out the weekend. 3 this morning sportscaster erin andrews will take the stand again in her civil lawsuit against a nashville hotel and a man who admitted to stalking her. the suit is from 2008... when a man secretyly recorded nude video of andrews. as reporter don champion shows us... monday... she testified about the moment she found out the videos were posted online. 3 chyrons:erin andrews/sport
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andrews/erin's mother(pkg)(sot mon0400 :44) "the front page of the new york post said espn scandal"(-:47) on the stand monday, erin andrews relived the nightmare of finding out secretly shot nude videos of her hit the internet.(sot mon0400 erin andrews/fox sports :51) "everybody put up that i did it for publicity and attention, and that ripped me apart" (-:57) (mon0273 2-29- 16) the now fox sports broadcaster is suing michael barrett- the man who recorded the videos- (tue0053) and the franchise owner of this nashville marriott for 75 million dollars. the hotel is where barrett recorded one of the videos through a peephole. andrews testified she found out about the videos in july 2009 when a friend called her. (sot mon0401 :30) "he just said ea there's a naked video of you on the internet and i said no there's not i don't do that what are you talking about, and i could just fill my chest i could feel it in my head" (-:42)(white flash)(sot mon0392 2:08) "she was hysterical" (-:09) monday, her mother testified about getting a call that night and the lingering effects of the videos.(sot mon0393 paula andrews/erin's mother 33:18) 3 "she still has to travel and that makes her very nervous understandably so she just always has that monkey on her back of loss of security safety (-:38) (mon0331) video clips from barrett's deposition were played in court monday. in them, he described renting hotel rooms next to andrews to shoot the
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the hotel 3 maintains barrett is solely to blame. don champion, cbs news. - a - half years in federal prison for recording the videos. he hasn't shown up in court to fight the lawsuit. 3 western iowa tech community college in sioux city kicked last night.the college hosted a screening of the documentary "rosenwald"... showing the efforts of a jewish businessman from chicago to build schools in the south for african - american communities. 3 "the importance of tolerance week is to get as many people out and engaged in different subject matter. //everything is about enlightening, engaging, involving, and getting people aware that we all need to work 3 together. "this is the 11th year of
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more movies will be screened this week at the orpheum theatre wednesday and the art center thursday. 3 sioux city fire rescue celebrated the retirement of one of its own yesterday. captain kelly hansen is retiring after 31 years on the job. 3 firefighters had coffee and cake to reflect on hansen's carreer. hansen says spending time with his fellow firefighters is what he's going to miss most about the job. 3 "i appreciate the time that i have been given to spend with the guys and gals on the fire department it is something that i will never forget it is something that i will brag up everyday. although ive lost the title of fire captain, retired firefighter will always be a part of what i do. "3 hansen plans to spend his retirement traveling the country... starting and *ending* in the black hills. 3 a plan by mercy's child advocacy center to expand got
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afternoon.the sioux city police association gave the center a check for 5 - thousand dollars. the center serves victims of child abuse in 35 counties surrounding sioux city. it has plans for a new facility that would make its mission easier... by adding interview and exam rooms. the newly expanded center will be across the street from the mercy campus. center leaders say they're grateful for the police donation. 3 "we couldn't do the work we do without them, and i think it would be safe to say that the police department feels the same way the child advocacy center."sioux city police sergeant jeremy mcclure says the center's work is essential for helping police track down and arrest child molesters... and a new facility would help them with a difficult task. 3 it's a celebration for iowa's wind energy industry.governor terry branstad says the state generates almost a third of its total energy used from wind farms in the state.
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generate more than 30 percent of its total power from wind. south dakota is second at just over 25 percent. iowa's wind farms have brought in almost 12 billion dollars for the state's economy. 3 a new mental health facility held an open house yesterday afternoon. 3 sioux rivers regional assessment and stabilization center will treat adults 18 and older who suffer from mental health issues. it'll serve sioux... plymouth... and woodbury counties... and plan to open their doors by the end of this month. the program offers a 23 - hour observation treatment area for anyone with mild symptoms... plus a more intensive program for those in need. 3 "if they need more time to stabilize they can come over to the stabilization center side which has nine beds. the individual can stay up to nine days." 3 once opened... the center will employ five registered nurses... three crisis technicians... a care
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therapist. 3 "an issue that we have is individuals don't have a place to go. let's say, they don't meet that hospital level of need, psychiatric unit, but they also aren't really safe to stay at home; this is a middle ground where individuals can come, stabilize, get access to services they may need and then return back to the community when they're safe." 3 the facility is funded through siouxland mental health and sioux rivers region. 3 a recreational runner turned pro. in one of the toughest endurance competitions on the planet. storm lake's matt hanson is keeping on with his journey of becoming an ironman half - way across the world. siouxland news reporter jaclyn driscoll has his story. 3 just on the name alone the ironman triathlon suggests it is one of the toughest sports in the 3 world. and many who compete,
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entire life to do so. but that's not the case for usa's standout, matt 3 hanson. "when i was 16 i was challenged by a good mentor of mine to make a list of 50 goals for the next ten years." it all started with a bucket rest is history. "on that list i put complete and ironman triathlon."although matt hanson was always a runner, for him it was mere recreation. it was a different sport that grabbed his attention. "i actually wrestled and that was my number one sport up until college. i came to buena vista here to be a wrestler." but now hanson wonders where he could be if he had made running *his* sport."when i think back now, a little bit, it's like i wonder what i could have done if i would have had a little bit more time invested into running in college or high school even." shattering ironman course records in 20-14 at chattanooga and 20-15 in texas, hanson hopes to continue this momentum. this time traveling halfway around the world to new zealand. "the next race is always the same game plan. it's always about
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ability."he leads the pack for usa and is seeded 5th in the men's division. there will be over 50 athletes in the professional field chasing over 75,000 dollars in prize money. and hanson has set his sights on the top of the podium. "once the gun goes off, i want to beat them."a former professor at buena (b-you-nah) vista college, hanson's journey to the pros wasn't necessarily intentional. "i spent three years just as an amateur just trying to figure out what was going on. i didn't rea==lly have any aspirations of going professional when i first started."and while rewarding, it's been a journey of sacrifices. "some days it's really hard, i won't lie. when matt's training for a month at a time away, it's trying to keep a long distance relationship going." but the end result makes it all worth it. "the feeling you get when you cross the finish line is just a euphoric moment." hanson left this past thursday for new zealand. he will race
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3 "mustache cat" now has a permanent place to call home.the abandoned kitten... nicknamed because of a black patch of fur shaped like a mustache above her mouth... was found last week in fresno california. she was dumped inside a large box of things donation center.the cat was taken to a no - kill shelter... which got dozens of applications from people hoping to adopt her. the kitten's new mom says she'll name the cat "mustachio." 3 3 3 3 3 it's an exciting time for tech you put on your face. we'll take a look next in your c - net tech update.
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taylor"3 3 "first alert weather with meteorologist cat taylor" 3 look for mostly cloudy skies today with highs only reaching the lower 30s and a few falling flurries.for tomorrow and thursday the clouds are definitely going to hang around and by wednesday night into thursday we could see another rain and snow mix enter the picture. temps both wednesday and thursday will be in the lower to middle 40s.by the end of the week, things start warming up again. looking for highs in the 60s
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3 the future of gaming might not need controllers at all. here's your c - net tech update. 3 this is an exciting time for tech you 3 put on your face. i'm bridget carey and this is your cnet update. the next wave of virtual and augmented reality headsets are moving from fantasy hype dream world into the real world. microsoft's hololens is now available for preorder, if you happen to be
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with $3 thousand dollars to spare. microsoft is only offering the preorder sales by invitiation, and even then, it won't arrive until march 30th in the us and canada. microsoft wants to limit these early models in order for programers to create a library of apps for it.(video from microsoft 00:43-01:14)now remember, hololens is not virtual reality. you can see through the screen, and images just sort of float around your field of vision. that's augmented reality, you can think of it as mixed reality. we also know a little more about the unit itself: it has 2 gigs of ram, 64 gigs of storage, and it weighs about 1.2 pounds. it's wireless and the battery lasts for 2 or 3 hours. packed into the visor are multiple sensors to know your movement, along with cameras, microphones and a light sensor to detect the environment around you. and that's not the only headset getting attention. now anyone can preorder the virtual reality gaming headset by htc. it's called the htc vive and it costs $800. the first batch is arriving to customers on april 5. if $800 dollars
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it is much more powerful than other headsets. it has a motion-tracking system that lets you walk around a room. there are these sensors you put around the room so it knows how you are moving your whole body. it also comes with its own wireless motion controller sticks. but you won't be walking around too far in the room - it needs a cord to be connected to a powerful gaming pc.and virtual reailty gaming will also get a big push from sony this year with playstation vr. there have been a few early game demos of the playstation vr, which may be out this summer and will use move hand controlers. but perhaps the next generation won't need you to hold anything to navigate the world. maybe, you just wear a glove. sony has filed a patent application for a glove controller that would detect how your fingers are positioned, and a pressure sensor to know how much force you are applying, and you could even get some pulsing feedback on your hand to know what you're interating with. the patent was filed back in 2014 but it's only coming out now. the nintendo power glove was ahead of its time, but maybe this is what the power glove should have been.that's it for this tech news update, and you can head to cnet.com for more. from our studios in
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3 3 3 bridget carey.3 3 3 super tuesday is here and the candidates have been making a final push. we'll take a look at the war of words between marco rubio and donald trump. it's (time) this morning. thanks for watching siouxland news at sunrise. 3 a winter weather advisory is in 6am this morning due to
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extended forecast is 3 coming up.3 3 good morning, (onawa)... it's
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we take a look from our (sky watch) camera. 3 it's nothing new for presidential candidates to attack each other. but the insults between marco rubio and donald trump seem to go way beyond political differences. c - n - n's (genie) jeanne (mows) moos thinks they're fighting like *mean girls.* 3 --reporter pkg-as follows-- which of the following is 3 not an actual 2016 campaign insult?(marco rubio, (r) presidential candidate) "maybe make sure his pants (donald trump, (r) presidential candidate) "a guy like rubio's a baby."(a christmas story) "what, are you gonna cry now? cmon cry baby cry for me."the answer is c, though the electorate should be crying over what's become."watch it jerk" "shut up idiot.""moron." "scab eater" a schoolboy fight for the presidency.(donald trump, (r) presidential candidate) "i call him little marco, that's what. he's little marco."(marco rubio, (r) presidential candidate) "he's always calling me little marco."(donald trump, (r) presidential candidate) "little marco rubio."(marc rubio, (r) presidential candidate) "have you seen his hands. they're like this." (donald trump, (r) presidential candidate) "little mouth on him bing bing bing bing bing bing."(marco
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they say about men with small hands...you can't trust them." (the three stooges) "who started this?"(the three stooges) "i don't know. you started it."but instead of flinging mud...the donald is flinging water bottles, imitating a dry-mouthed rubio, with a tendency to sweat bullets.(donald trump, (r) presidential candidate) "and i looked at the puddle on the ground and i said 'what is that, what is it?'(marco rubio, (r) presidential candidate) "he doesn't sweat cause pores clogged from spray tan he uses"(marco rubio, (r) presidential candidate) "donald is not gonna make america great, he's gonna make america orange."some compare the race to mean girls.(mean girls) "you're plastic, cold shiny hard plastic."what's next? will the bitter rivals start rapping their insults? (eight mile) "is that a tank top or a new bra?"the candidates may hate the press but they're starting to sound like anchorman.(anchorman) "your hair looks stupid." (marco rubio, (r) presidential candidate) "but he's flying around on hair force 1" at least rubio and trump...aren't whacking each other with antennas...yet.jeanne moos (marco rubio, (r) presidential candidate) "donald trump like to sue people, he should sue whoever did that to his face." cnn(donald trump, (r) presidential candidate) "he
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trowel."new york.3 3 "weather on the ones brought to you by window world" 3 look for mostly cloudy skies today with highs only reaching the lower 30s and a few falling flurries.for tomorrow and thursday the clouds are definitely going to hang around and by wednesday night into thursday we could see another rain and snow mix enter the picture. temps both wednesday and thursday will be in the lower to middle 40s.by the end of the week, things start warming up again. looking for highs in the 60s to close out the weekend. 3
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3 time for a trip to the sunrise watercooler...yesterday was the day football fans have been waiting for all year... time for n - f - l network host rich eisen to run the 40 yard dash at the n - f - l combine.he's made the run in his suit every year he's covered the combine. all that practice paid off, too. he ran a 5 point 94... his
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3 think you know who your kids are meeting on social media? it could be human traffickers. coming up... we'll show you what families need to know to keep kids safe online.plus your morning news, weather and sports are all coming up.it's now (time) as we take a look outside (xxx) on the (xxx) cam.keep it right here on siouxland news at
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3 here's a look at your weather to go ... 3 3 good morning, this is sgt todd sassmann with your siouxland news traffic to goofficers will be running radar on s leiws blvd and lincoln wayhave a safe drive to work and school this morning, for siouxland news, this is sgt
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3 3 here's a look at your news to go ... 3 3 voters in quite a few states head to the polls on super tuesday... to decide who should be their party's presidential nominee. latest polls show republican donald trump leading marco rubio... ted cruz... and the rest of the g - o - p field in quite a few states that are in play. democrat hillary clinton is expected to rack up more delegates than bernie sanders today... which let her clinch the nomination.president obama sits down with senate republican leaders at the white house to talk about the supreme court seat left vacant by late justice (an - ton - in) antonin (scuh - lee - uh) scalia. the white house says the president intends to make a nomination but is still reviewing recommendations from his legal team. republicans have argued the decision should be left to the next president.and... testimony is still going on in the civil lawsuit involving t - v sportscaster erin andrews. andrews was pretty emotional
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talking about the moment she learned michael barrett had secretly videotaped her while she was naked in her hotel room in 2008. andrews is suing barrett... as well as the national marriott in tennessee... for 75 - million dollars because of what happened. 3 and be sure to check out siouxland news dot com all day at work and home for the latest news, weather and sports. 3 and here is what the folks in studioio7 are working on that yoyoll see in an hour on cbs "this morning".i am charlie rose. coming up, the future of men. how masculinity is evolving, in personal and professional relationships. that is coming up, on cbs this morning.3 3 "this is siouxland news at sunrise on kmeg 14" 3 good morning everyone and welcome to siouxland news at sunrise.thanks for starting your morning with us.i'm jacob heller.and i'm good morning welcome to siouxland news at sunrise.
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>> i am cat taylor. >> whahaare we looking forward to as we wake up? >> right now we are in the0s. we have a feels like temperature of 800 so it is a cold one. if you look at our lewis and clark specialty camera. i cann talk today. we have a good amount of snowfall last nighbut we will see it move out this morning but if you look at satellite and radar, don't be surprised if you see a few flakes out there. 200 and sioux city and it's very cold out there. clouds will pick up the vendor the day, jake. but the bad news is, it won't helpur temperatures and a preapproval only make it to the
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there is a huge danger to american children that might surprise some parentnt more and more kids are becoming victims of human trafficking. some of the victims are going into that in our victims and their own family. it's plaguing evererarea ofofour country. >> a lot of times i don't put an agent there until later because it's so much for a lot of people to handle. >>reporter: rachel got stuck in the world of human trafficking. when she was six years old. the man exploited her was right next door. she is in omaha. the stories like hers are f f from isolated. us justice department's a 100,000 children fall back into human trafficking every year but experts will tell you the numbers are hard to not because
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>> every single community all over the united states. >>reporter: lisa works for trafficking survivors in ohio and kentucky where shesees cases of families selling their own children. >>they can offer an hour of time to a pedophile in exchange for heroin. 1030 lisa works with survivors who grew up in middle class families. victcts hit them in-i for victims hidden in plain sight. rebecca was in foster care what she was forced into drug addiction and prostitution by a boyfriend. foster children and runaways are more vulnerable but all parents need to teach their kids about personal safety.
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for young kids an oldekids, talk about healthy relationships and no child should have complete social media freedom. >> traffickers are very savvy and they are good manipulators. they may appear to be a boyfriend or someone with a modeling agency. come states like indiana have change laws to make human trafficking easier to prosecute and police agencies are stepping up efforts to save young victims. this is video from a raid in virginia.>>they need more eyes, so law enforcement is teaming up with catholic charities and the salvation army even truckers and hotel owners, teaching them signs we should all learn to recognize. >> if you have a child who
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items like a nice purse or jewelry that you haven't purchased for them, that might be an indicator. >>reporter: kids. it should not be spending a lot of time with people who are a lot older. other signs are poor physical health, lack of control or other abnormal behavior. an officer who knew the signs saved 18-year-old christy. >> he said he cared. i wanted to help. transit advocates believe shining a light on this invisible crime could shape-i for could save young lives as long as people are willing to speak up. similar today is voting day for a multimillion dollar bond to expand the orange city fire department. the public has a chance to vote on a bond issue. fire officials and oranges city say it is not up to cold-is not
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the project would be paid for by a $2,700,000 bond. the city has $700,000 already of the fire department race hundred and $60,000. if you live in orange city and you want to vote. you can do that at the living water community church between 7 am and 8 pm tonight. criminal justice educational projects come together with law enforcement to talk about popular netflix documentary series, making a murder. steven avery was cleared of murder through dna evidence. also accusations he was framed by l lal law enforcement. the panel will help give students different perspectives in the case. is going to help us better understand what is going on and
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or how we can do so more practices to what they are doing. student the panel talked about how investigations might be performed differently. siouxland how they might handle the case like the one shown in making a murder. yesterday man was illed in lewiston boulevard. a semi-trailer was cut in half by a train. it happened before 5 pm last night on lewis boulevard. the semi-turned off onto the entrance road to a business. that road crosses the railroad. before could get past the tracks , got cut in half. the truck driver actually made a wrong turn. a man charged with stabbing and killing someone last month is facing serious charges now.
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murder. degree murder. he has $800,000 bond. his scheduled to be in court on march 7. a man from warren iowa is facing a dozenenharge-i been a dozen charges after a spencer county. police tried to stop him after for 30 p.m. sunday for a seat belt violation. the chase reached speeds of 90 miles an hour through the south side o ospencer and he crashed into a ditch. it was arrested. his charge with meth possession, felony drug possession, alluding another traffic offenses. we know more about an
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the person behind the effectctof a pipia delivery van on friday. the 36 rolled was arrested ottawa, kansas friday night. he has been on the run since worthington, minnesota. after fighting with police. he stole the pizza ranch banned from sheldon before ditching it dairy farm and stealingng semi- truck. it was found on sunday in the same town where he was arrested. he is facing a charge of motor vehicle theft and woodberry county. so again, two teenagers accused of helping her mother was some robberies in sioux city were in court yesterday morning. michaela night pled not guilty to the charge of first-degree robbery and jamaal ferguson had his bond reduced to $50,000. his older brother, justin, is also being charged but has posted bond. jamaal is facing three counts of first-degree robbery.
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drop one of the counts if he cooperates. astronaut scott kelly is getting ready to come home after one year in space. kelly and a russian cosmonaut were test subjects on the international space station. so scientists can study the effects of space travel on the human body. as part of nasa's goal to make sure astronauts can handle a trip to mars. >> he will come back to texas on wednesday and he has meant more total time and space than any man american industry. -i think he has spend more total time in space than any american industry. >> you have to work out a lot. that's a lot of exercise in going. leap year.
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the calendar like yesterday? 3 we're checking up with moose again on this thursday morning. what's up moose? a moose. >> what's going on moose? >> happy tuesday. >> home show week is blending into non-home show week. >> it makes for a long few weeks. i guess. >> it kind of does. i had a fun night last night. i woke up at midnight thinking i had slept already. it was one e of those fun times.
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i was up at midnight. i thought it was time to go to work and then i thought i had another hour to sleep.>> oh, okay. >> it didn't work out so well. >> we are talking ababut this crazy thing this moing. this crazy cat.; sitting next to you?>> i'm crazy. >> i'm not saying that. >> this cat haha a five-s-sr mustacac, moose. >> his name is mustachio. >> is that a real mustache? >> it's a dark spot of her in the perfect spot. >> that's impressive. >> it was abandoned in california outside a salvation army. the ticket to a shelter and
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problems getting adopted. ; like that name. >> i wonder if they see the possibilities for youtube are if that has anything to do with the adoption of mustachio. so that i hope not. >> that's sad, jake. >> i see a catlike data people are trying to make an internet celebrity out of anything. >> i shall adopt you and make you a celebrity. >t least the cat will get some of the profits. >> i hope so, my cats does. >> that's a cool mustache. i like it. >> we were talking about a new car. it's from bugatti. it's the sheron third they hope
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holder for the fastest car in the world. 260 mph. >> i guess that's half the price of the car. >> just guess how much it is. >> what's your guess? >> i was thinking for hundred thousand. >> the base starts it to play $6 million. second, oh yes, that's my next car.>>-i for the base starts at 2.6 million. >>that's my next car. >>petty cash. >> hey, moose we will talk to you in a little bit this morning. >> thanks guys. we will do it again at 8:05 am. our weather is moving not
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if you look at downtown, things look pretty calm but we have some snow on its way out of the area this morning but we could see some flurries through midday. and if you look at our temperatures, 200 in sioux city and this is air temperature and not feels like temperature. we do have higher wind speeds, 10 to 15 miles an hour making our feels like temperature feel very cold. as the next 48 hours goes through. we will see some more winter. unfortunately, but we will lose cloud cover today but the bad part is it won't help with our temperatures because we haven't northern winds c cing in so it wiwi only reach the freezing
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tomorrow is a different story. we will have cloud cover and moisture and rain and it will switch over to snow overnight tomorrow. the good news for thursday, we will start warming up so here's what we're looking at. the feels like temperatures are very cold. it looks like it is 21 but it is 800. it will not get much warmer. mostly cloudy, we will lose those clouds by the end of the day and tonight that's not going to help very much. this will still keep us on the cold side and as we head into tomorrow mostly cloudy with late rain 48 does not seem too bad but that rain is going to make things feel cooler. so there is good news. inside and that's going to happen in the weekend witt
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saturday and 65 by monday. , you probably noticed yesterday was leap day. so what exactly does that mean? >porter: anabel ward appeared in her sunday's finest for her birthday party this weekend. she was born on february 29, 1916, making her the oldest living leap year. baby. the party, complete with a marching band, was a celebration of her 100 years. according to the calendar, why does her birthday like him
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do you know why we have a leap year? >> probably something to do with the sun. >> i don't know. >> global warming? >> el nio? >>reporter: we thought we should consult n expert. why dodowe nd a leap year?>> mother nature has a sense of humor. the sun and mother nature made us of that every 365 days plus and mother nature made us of that every 365 days +5 hours and 49 minutes, everyear we have to compensate for one quarter of a day and after 4 years we have to add another day so when do we figure out the need for this extra day? 4050 bc julius caesar realize
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working and consultant with an astronomer. they realized thatthe egyptians had discovered, we need an extra day. every 4 years to stay on track. so he instituted the julian calendar. but that wasn't right. a solar year is only .2 for two days longer than the calendar year and not an even .25 so we add a full day. every 4 years we have a surplus of 11 minutes every year and that could start to add up. so finally, in 1582. pope gregory the 17th fix the glitch and instituted the gregorian calendar that we still follow today. how is it different? >> 11 minutes difference in a years rotation buildups of the pope had to intervene say that we have to tweak the julian calendar. one more time. so for example in the year 1600 divisible by for hundred there
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in 1700, 1800, 1900, no leap year end of the year 2000, a leap year. luckily we have digital watches to keep track of this cause it turns out counting leap years is difficict for traditional watches. >> this watch has one revolution insurance. buy extra time every 4 years. >> many of us have to adjust the date of our watches every february but the perpetual calendar does that for you.>>in order to ee how it works, we looked at one under a microscope. >>so we have 48 lowe's and each one represents a month. >> it takes a year and a half
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will set you backk. $85,000. so you have 4 years to say but for the next leap year. around the world, traditions very. and grace. it's considered bad luck to get married. nejm a leap year and up north there is a british tradition. this is february 29 is the o oy y woman can propose mriage to a man. for daisy, her birthday tradition has always been a nice dinner with family and friends but this year was different. it's not everyday that you turn 25. bob dylan fans got a birthday gift. it's 6:22 am.
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coming up after the break. next. 3 "first alert weather with meteorologist cat taylor" 3 look for mostly cloudy skies today with highs only reaching the lower 30s and a few falling flurries.for tomorrow and ursday the clouds are definitely going to hang around and by wednesday night into thursday we could see another rain and snow mix enter the picture. temps both wednesday and thursday will be in the lower to middle 40s.by good morning. siouxland. we are looking at a calm and quiet morning but it is cold out there. you can see the skies lighting up a little bit this morning. radar showing that snow is starting to move that we have some left over flurries. we are at 200 here and mostly cloudy in sioux city and up north we are colder. we are looking out because we're in the 20s.
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city. but if you look at o o wind speeds. we are on the breezy side. that is pushing our feels like temperature down into some areas and some areas, while below zero. you will finitely want to bundle up. 320 today and you can expect some late afternoon and evening rain, switching over to snow. we get past that shot of winter. we are looking for another chance for warmer temperatures on saturday and sunday. bob dylan fans get surprise for a birthday and the ratings are in for sunday's academy awards. >>reporter: viewership the academy awards continues to slide. ratings for the show dropped to the lowest level in seven years.
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chris rock and how he handled the oscar controversy. classic photos for bob dylan on display in los angeles. the display atures 50 images of the singer and songwriter, as he transitioned from folk music to rock 'n roll.>> >>reporter: kramer took the photos between 1960 for a 1965. the exhibit will be on display until may 24, dylan's 70th birthday. cbcbhas renewed and cas for his 13th year. as television's top ranked drama . actor george kennedy has died at age 91. he had roles in more than 200 movies and television shows.s. this breakthrough came through in cool hand lulu. he won an oscar for s role.
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airplane and earthquake. here's what we're talking about on our siouxland facebook page. a man is getting ready for an ironman triathlon around the world and we are asking folks with the most athletic thing is that you have ever done. we had a few posts on our facebook page. danny said he got off the couch. i want to the refrigerator and grabbed a beer and opened it and drank it. >> that is athletic. >> don't pull a muscle. a cheese maker, pennsylvania spend years mislabeling its product before finally getting caught. still to come, we will tell you what else. the company is hiding.
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normal flow,w,w, good m mning everyone,thanks
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us.i'm jacob heller...and i'm meteorologist cat taylor. good morning siouxland thanks for waking up with us. i don't think we should look for much of a warm-up today. >> the good news is we can see one we go into the weekend. good news after we get past the next 48 hours or so. we will start out with a dusting. some of us got more than that but if you take a look at our satellite you can see the snow is generally on its way out. but we have some fluies you cannot see on the satellite or radar so don't be surprised to see a few flakes as we head into lunchtime. we did see the temperatures drop off and it is fluctuating the sun makes its way above the horizon. but 21 for 7 am with flurries
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it will break up by then, with 300 and the high temperatures-i for 300 for the high temperatures. fda records show horrible conditions that pennsylvania cheese company not only was the cheese captured on refrigerated rooms but listeria was found in a production area, 10 times. and jim axelrod showed us that did not keep the company from making and selling the product. >>reporter: would think what fda investigators found them marketing 100% parmesan cheese that was 0% parmesan the company had a problem. student the product they were marketing was not what they were selling. >>reporter: the us attorney brought the case against the company after an inspection in 2012 down the company's parmesan was a mixture e of cheap cheeses like swiss and d atter
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ingredient. >> advertising it as parmesan and rolando and putting something else that is so they could make money. is was fraudulent to the consumer. >>reporter: we found a fraud might not be the worst of it. these records show that cheese was started this on refrigerated room which could cause bacteria to thrive. the company found listeria, a deadly pathogen and its production area, 10 times. but castle continue to produce and d ll its cheese to stores like target and walmart without testing it. that might be troubling enough if we did not also find records from the pennsylvania department of agricultural that inspector castle at the same time as the fda of those records tell a very different story. in june 2012 at state inspector david trotter said the plant
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i appreciate the plant management and the quality work they do. his glowing reviews continued until august 2013 when he left the department of agriculture for a new job. director of quality control at castle cheese. we asked trotter to explain his reviews of castle but he declined. castle cheese is no longer on the market. bankruptcy in 2014. the fda's in the process of rolling out nenefood sasaty regulations. ey tell us they hopepeit will get the federal and state inspectors on the same page. jim axelrod, cbs news, new york. tolerance week was kicked off last night. also a screening of the documentary showing and efforts of a jewish-american from
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south for african-american communities. >> the importance is to get high. in the importance of this is to get people out and engage them as subject matter of every kind. getting people aware that we all need to work together. this i ithe 11th year for tolerance week in sioux city. more movies will be screened this week on wednesday and at the arts center on thursday. capt. hanson is retiring after 31 years on the job. firefighters had coffee and cake and looked ack on hansens career. hansen said spending time with his fellow firefighters is what he is going to miss the most. >> i appreciate the time i have been given to spend with the guys and gals on the fire department it is something i
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i losthe title of fire capt. , retired firefighter will always be a part of what i do. c making plans to spend his retirement traveling the country. a plan for mercy child advocacy center to expand got approval yesterday afternoon. they received a check for $5000. they help victims of child abuse and 35 counties surrounding sioux city and adding a new facility would make its mission easier. the center would be across the street from the mars--across the street from a mercy campus. they are grateful for the place donation. >> we couldn't do the work we do without them. but i think it's safe to say the police department feels the same way.
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essential for police to track down and arrest child molesters . it's a celebration for the iowa wind energy industry. the state generates almost 1/3 farms of the state. iowa is onlylystate to generate more than 30% of its total power from wind. i was wind farms have brought an almost $12 billion for the state's economy. a new mental health facility held an open house yesterday afternoon. two rivers regional assessment of stabilization center will treat adults 18 and older who suffer from mental health issues. the plans to open a stores by the end of the month for the program offers a 23 hour observation treatment area for
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offered for people in need. >> they can come over to her stabilization center where we have nine beds. an individual can stay up to five days. >> went over the center will employ five registered nurses, technicians, it care coordinator and a therapist. >> if individuals don't have a place to go, they don't need at hospital level of psychiatric needs, but they are not safe to stay at home, they can come here to stabilize and get access to services that they need and returned back to thcommunity. >> the facility is funded througug siouxlananmental health. doctors turning a microscope onto a new frontier in healthcare. we will show you how the bacteria in your gut could be the key to treating all kikis
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talk about a big cool down, where 250 colder than we were
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your forecast is next. 3 look for mostly cloudy skies today with highs only reaching the lower 30s and a few falling flurries.for tomorrow and thursday the clouds are going to hang around and by we could see another rain and snow mix enter the picture. the lower to middle 40s.by the end of the week, things start warming up again. looking for
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6:41 am son is starting to come up. --it is 6:41 am and the sun is starting to come up. on radar looks like the snow is out of this area but i am pretty sure there are some flurries coming down that are not showing up on radar, so don'n'be surprised as we head into midday today so we have 200 in sioux city and 13 and spencer. very cold up north. we have a very breezy winds, 10 to 15 miles an hour across the area from the e rth. it's making els like temperatures down the single digits. as we go throughout the day. we have a chance to get some sunshine. unfortunately, it's not going to help our temperatures and a
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above 320 but overnight it will cool down a bit and by tomorrow rning where looking at clcluds moving in by tomorrow afternoon . we are looking at rain switching over to snow. although mostly rain by the afternoon and evening and overnight we will see snow with no accumulation. so far, but as we look into thursday we will see clouds hanging around. so if you are out at the bus stop, it's very cold. 210 doesn't seem bad, but with wind, we have feels like temperatures in the single- digit. you will want to bundle up. today is mostly cloudy but we will see the signed by the end of the day. tonight, partly cloudy 210 windsor 10 miles an hour and tomorrow we will see rain in the afternoon and evening. 480 doesn't seem so bad. but
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snow tomorrow night and we will see temperatures again in the 60s for the weekend.d. spring ahead and following back in our might be linked to a higher risk of stroke, according to researchers in finland that stated the health impact of daylight savings time. they followed 3000 patients th a stroke risk. canadian researchers found that monitoring works better than treatment for prostate cancer. patients with slow-growing tumors could benefit from active surveillance. avoiding invasive surgery and radiation will reduce the side effects that go along with it. doctors at the university of c(icago says that lack of
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sweet and salty foods. it extends the effects of a chemical signal that enhances the joy of eating, what they call a rewarding snack. sleep starved patients eight twice as much as those that got eight hours of rest. a new frontier in healthcare. bacteria living in your gut could be the got to treating all kinds of ailments. heather daniels explains what this means for your health. >>reporter: teresa said she felt something was wrong with her health. most of her life. she was always tired to the point where she could barely get out of bed. dr. said it was psychological. >> i had no life left in me. >>reporter: five years ago. she about the author of the micro biome diet. a lifestyle that is proven to restore healthy gut. >> the reason why we are suffering from obesity. a people can't lose weight because they are forgetting
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>> trillions of bacteria that live in our digestive tracks. this is passed on from mother to baby during birth. the food we eat can change its makeup. >> these bacteria are not only help us prevent the disease and keep us healthy but they actually can play a role in reversing disease. >>reporter: the diet includes fermented food likeke sauerkraut, which includes live differently. bacteria vegetables with complex carbohydrates the work as fuel. teresa was diagnosed with autoimmune hypothyroidism pay she changed her dietetic supplements and probiotics. she lost 40 pounds. >> i don't feel bloated anymore. i had a big swollen face in my used to stick out. >>reporter: even better than
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strong and healthy for the first time. heather daniels, cbs news,
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>s exciting tititi good morning, (ponon)... it's (20) outside at . good morning. it is 200 outside at 6:50 am. we are getting a live look from the hard rock hotel and casino camera. some of the ture of gamingng might nononeed ontrollers at l. hereres your chance 15 update. *this is an exciting time for technology that you put on your face. this is your tray 15 update. --this is your trap 15 update. >>we are moving from the fantasy world into the dream world.
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preordqr. it's $3000. microsoft is offering a preorder sale by invitation and even then it will not arrive until march 30 and the us and canada. microsoft wants to limit these early models and they want to create a library of apps. this is not virtual reality. you can see through the screen. images just float around your field of vision. that's augmented reality. you can think of it as mixed reality. we know about the unit itself. it has two units of ram n64 units of storage is wireless, and the battery should last for two or three hours. the visors have multiple sensors to know your movements along with cameras, microphones and a light sensor to detect the environment around you.
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headset by htc is called a five cost $800 for the first batch is arriving to customers on april 5. if that sounds pricey, it's much more powerful than other headsets, but it has a motion tracking system that lets you walk around the room. there are sensors that you put in the round to let you know how you are moving your body and it comes with a wireless motion controller stick. it needs accord to be connected to a powerful gaming pc and virtual reality gaming will get a big push from sunny this year. there have been a few early game demos that may be out this summer and it will use hand controllers but the next generation won't need you to hold anything to navigate the world. maybe you will just where a glove. sony has filed a patent application for a glove controller that will detect how your fingege. our position and a pressure
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you are applying to get some feedback on your hand to know what you are interacting with. the patent was filed in 2014, but it is coming out now. the power glove is ahead of its time but maybe this is what the power glove should have been. thisiss our update. i i bridget carey. good morning siouxland we're looking at mostly cloudy skies with flurries coming down in some areas. if you look at our hard rock casinonond hotel camera. you can see overcast skies. on radarthe snow is moving out. sioux falls in lincoln county will be moving down to the southeast throughout the day, but i cannot rule out flurries up until lunchtime so we are 200 here and mostly cloudy. although it looks like we
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speeds are pretty breezy right now and it will continue to do so as you go throughout the morning so that's making our feels like temperature is very low down to zero and sheldon and sioux city. it feels very cold and the bad news is we are not real going to get above freezing today so flurries ending about lunchtime and we can expect a rain and snow mix for tomorrow night with no accumulation but we are looking at a warm-up for
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we will take a we are taking a live look out of the state park courtesy of the hard rock hotel and casino camera. >> mostly cloudy with flurries this morning. by lunch. this-i for by lunch, the
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partly cloudy throughout the evening was 290. good morning. i have your siouxland news and traffic to go. officers will be running radar on lincoln way. have a safe drive to work and school this morning. here's a look at youounews to go. voters head to the polls on super tuesday, today, to decide who should be there. parties nominee. trump is leading rubio and the rest of the gop field. clinton is expected to rack up more delegates and sanders, which would let her clenched the nomination. obama said stealth republican leaders to talk about the supreme court seat
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scalia. the white house said thehe president a test to make a nononation, but is revieieng recommendations from his team. republicans have argued these decisions should be left to the next president. testimony going on involving the tv sports caster erin andrews. she was emotional on the stand yesterday about the moment she learned that she was being secretly videotaped when she was naked in her hotel room. she is suing @he marriott for $75 million. be sure to check out siouxland news.com all day at work . how is the weather out there right now cat? >> it's really cold, it feels like thehe temperatures are in the single digits. we will see some sunshine by the end of the day, but we are not going to break the freezing mark. we're looking at more winter coming in with a rain and snow
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thursday. we will warm up friday and saturday. another good weeeend ahead. we begin with a look at today's eye opener.

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